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Motivation

Any teacher at the elementary, secondary or even post-secondary level, as well as many parents, would undoubtedly agree that motivation is one of the thorniest issues in both education and child-rearing. Like so many aspects of learning and teaching, it’s complicated. Motivation arises out of the totality of our individual experiences including our emotions, belief […]

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Lessons from the road: Generational differences in learning

Have you ever wondered how world and national events influence generations? At the recent Eduventures conference in Boston, Tammy Erickson, thought leader, author, and researcher, presented a fascinating overview on how national and global events and trends shape and define a generation’s views and perspectives. Here are some findings from her presentation:* Gen Y (Born […]

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Ice Cream in the Jungle: How Do We Personalize Learning?

Educational buzz words come and go. Remember “the new math,” “whole language vs phonics,” and “emotional intelligence”? What exactly is “personalized” or “individualized” learning, and is this just another educational fad? “Learning is about biology,” to quote James Zull, Professor of Biology and of Biochemistry, Director of The University Center for Innovation in Teaching and […]

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Tutor.com on Army Wife Talk Radio

Pamela Brehm and Joan Rooney joined  Army Wife Talk Radio to discuss Tutor.com and how it can help students be successful for the upcoming school year. Eligible students in U.S. Military Families can get live one-to-one homework help 24/7 at no cost through Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families, a DoD funded program. Tutor.com is an […]

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